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Can I reuse my cotton plants after harvesting for the next season

my plants are re flowering and I do not know whether to remove them or not

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No i don't think.Cotton grows best on fertile, well drained soils.
Cotton is planted in spring when temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Seeds germinate is 7-10 days. The bud, also known as a "square," appears about five to seven weeks after planting which forms flowers. The white blossoms become pollinated, turn light pink and then wither producing green balls. The green bolls mature into cotton bolls with the white fluffy fibers. Plants are irrigated, fertilized and weeded, as needed, during the growing cycle.

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It is not advisable to reuse your cotton plants after harvesting in the first season. Although the plants can still flower, but their yield would be quite low compared to freshly planted cotton plants.

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